80+ Year Old Sisters Victimized by CitiMortgage, Told to Stop Payments to Qualify for Mod, Instead they got Foreclosed

Sisters Feel Victimized by Mortgage Company

At 82, Joyce Jackson is the spry younger sibling who takes care of her older sister and teaches cooking and gardening.

Her sister, Doreen Wood, suffers memory loss and lingering health issues at age 84 after a serious illness several years ago. Jackson is glad to take care of her older sister’s finances and health because Wood can’t drive or live alone.

But both women say they feel victimized by Wood’s mortgage service company, CitiMortgage. They say they were told to stop making payments in 2010 on the Sand Springs home, where Wood previously lived for decades, to qualify for a payment modification program.

CitiMortgage refused to give them a timely response about whether they qualified for the program and began foreclosure proceedings in early 2011 without their knowledge, the sisters say.

The controversial practice by some mortgage industry megabanks is called dual tracking, when banks pursue foreclosure against troubled homeowners applying for modification.

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3 Responses to “80+ Year Old Sisters Victimized by CitiMortgage, Told to Stop Payments to Qualify for Mod, Instead they got Foreclosed”
  1. RustyGatt says:

    I just filing an adversary law-suit in Federal Court and working out the bugs in comparison to Civil Court. I understand that I am not permitted to represent myself pro se. I also need to prove how the US has been harmed. Do you know of anything else I should be prepared for as far as filing and following their different rules?
    Rusty

  2. gwen caranchini says:

    I got told the same thing. Servicing went from Wilshire to BAC. Wilshire approved loan mod, BAC refused to agree, they took one payment and then told me to stop payment, I saw the rat, filed a quiet title and declaratory judgment act in Missouri with lis pendens. Stopped them. Two years later, have never made a payment and I am in federal court. The good news: I have 35 years suing GM, the FBI, every major city within 100 mil of K.C. and every federal gov agency. I’ve beat every law firm in K.C., settled 90 percent of my cases. Don’t practice anymore, although I am taking the bar exam on Juy 24/25 to practice again. THE SOB’s think they can get us. IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING–AND MOST PRO SE’S DON’T, YOU CAN EVENTUALLY WIN–THREE OR FOUR YEARS. But this is typical of what they did.

    • RustyGatt says:

      I am filing an adversary law-suit in Federal Court and working out the bugs in comparison to Civil Court. I understand that I am not permitted to represent myself pro se. I also need to prove how the US has been harmed. Do you know of anything else I should be prepared for as far as filing and following their different rules?
      Rusty

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